The Fairmount News from Fairmount, Indiana on January 23, 1922 · Page 4
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The Fairmount News from Fairmount, Indiana · Page 4

Fairmount, Indiana
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Monday, January 23, 1922
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THE FAIRMOUNT NEWS T. B. Krouekup was in Marion Sat. urday. N Price, Cost and Worth Robert Morris spent a few days last week in Indianapolis. (Qoodl ' Dress AErs. Robert Morris spent Thursday and Friday in Indianapolis. MISS MARGUERITE KEEVER WEDS MR. GEORGE LEACH 1 iMJiss Marguerite Keever, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Hanson Keever, and Mr. George Leach were married at 2 o'clock Wednesday by Rev. J. W. Richard of Matthews. The wedding took place in the newly furnished home on a farm owned by the groom and located between Fairmount and Fowlerton, in the presence of a number of guests. The sing ile ring ceremony was used. Miss Avaline Haines was bridesmaid and Kenneth. Rybolt best man. Miss AT MUCH LOWER PRICES Will Jones submitted to a surgical operation in St. Vincent hospital 3 Creed Yarber and family, who have been living on a farm in the East Branch neighborhood, have moved to Indianapolis. PRICE is the amount of money paid for goods. COST is based on the Duration of Service of those goods. ' WORTH is a combination of Quality, Durability, Service, Etc., that use proves, but that had to be present in the beginning. The worth of GOODYEAR Products has been proven by their use. lore people ride on Goodyear tires than on any other kind. Now that prices are down, don't wait until they go up if you need a set of tires and tubes. Orstence Dean played the wedding march and continued the music softly 1J 1 In Wool, Cotton and Silks. Taffetas, Messalines and Crepe De Chine in all the newest shades. Get our prices before you buy. during the ceremony. White satin and lace were effectively combined in Mrs. Will 'Jones spent Friday and today in Indianapolis at the bedside of her husband, who is ill at St. Vincent hospital. the bride's coetume and she carried a shower boquet of white roses. The j bridesmaid was attired in pink crepe j and carried pink roses. - j Mrs. Herbert McMann of Alliston, Canada, and Mrs. Marion Curless of Swayzee, were week-end guests of Mr. and Mrs. O. E. Curless. After the ceremony a two-course j dinner was served. The immediate relatives sat at the bride's table and the other guests were served at other . tables. The tables and rooms were nicely decorated with cut flowers. The Bee Hive Cash Store Get Our Prices on All Leather Shoes STAR BRAND Paul Stewart, manager for The Service Oil Co, is ill wich tonsilitis at his room in the Mrs. Ella Patterson home on East Washington street. E. 0. Ellis Auto Supply Co. STORAGE BATTERIES Tires, Accessories, Oils, Gasoline, Vulcanizing W. V. Fowler, Mgr. Phone 226 Mr. and Mrs. William Sturgeon entertained at Sunday dinner Mr. and Mrs. M. V. Kendall of Benton Harbor, Mich., and Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Kendall. The bride is to a large degree a product of Swayzee community, hav- j ing attended high school here, graduating in the class of 1921. She also attended Sunday school here and has been serving as a teacher in the M. E. Sunday school. She is in every way an excellent young woman and en- J joys the confidence and esteem of a wide circle of friends who unite in EOPLE Mrs. Isabelle Payne has gone to Payne, Qhio, where she will spend the winter with relatives. u S32333 Miss Cornelia McCombs entertained her brother, J. T. McCombs and two neices, Mrs. Wilson Neal and Mrs. Paul McCombs of Hackleman at her home on South Mill street Thursday. wishinj i her and her husband a long and happy life together. Swayzee Press. . ouIQww Miss Doris Kiplinger spent Sunday night and Monday as the guest of Miss Lillian Rhoads. OFFICERS INSTALLED BY THE MACABEES There was a good attendance at the meeting of the W. B. A. O. T. M. Thursday evening at the I. O. O. F. hall. This was the occasion of the installation of the newly elected officers for the year. Mrs. Tiva Weir, ;f Born, to Mr. and Mrs. Ed Fowlerton, a son, Jan. 18. MRS. PATTERSON HOSTESS TP SUNDAY SCHOOL CLAS.S One of the prettiest and most en MRS. KIMES HOSTESS TO WILLING WORKERS Mirs. W. A. Kimes was hostess Thursday to The Willing Workers of the Center Christian church. A splendid pot-luck dinner was served at the noon hour and a business session was held during the afferroon. Election of officers for the ensuing year took place as follows: President, Mrs. Nettie Comer; vice-president, Mrs. Anne Kimbrough; secretary, Mrs. Marie Powers and Measurer, Mrs. Ethel Kimes. Those present Arnold Barrick, world war veteran, is slowly recovering after a surgical operation performed at his home on South Buckeye street Friday after Angola, was not able to be present, iovable parties of the New Year was . Bom. to Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Arret:, Liberty townsnip, a son, Jan. 19. held in the basement of the M. E.Jut Mrs. Ethyln Emsweiler, district Rev. and Mrs. G. W. Zike and daughter, Miss Athaleen, entertained at Sunday dinner at their home on South Mill street the following guests: Rev. S. E. Kennison, Rev. Hilman Carter and wife, and George Cole, G. Chret-singer, C. Stopp and W. Billheimer, members of the Marion College Quartet, who sang so beautifully at the Wesleyan church Sunday. noon. assistant deputy, of Montpel'er, was present and acted as installing o'fiTwr, church Thursday evening of last week. The cartv was tyven by Mrs. Ella Patterson and her F.unday school the following officers being inducted into office with the customary forms Quarterly meeting services will be held at the Wesleyan Methodist church next Saturday and Sunday, wich W. O. Thompson, evangelist. and " ceremony: Commander. Mrs Following the regular meeting of the Rebekahs next Wednesday nigh;, the members of the I. O. O. F. will be entertained by the Rebekahs at a chicken supper. Bessie Cooper Morris; Lieutenant wtre Mr- ana Mrs- tlmer corner, mt. Mr. and Mrs. William McCormick class. The basement of the church had been artistically decorated for the occasion, a general color scheme of green and white being used. Streamers canopied the room and the tables were illuminated with shaded Commander, Mrs. Zola Mann: Past ana Jlrs- James aneeay, Mr. ana ,urs Commander, Mrs. Eda Albertson; Maude Kimbrough; Chaplain, Miss Summitvilie high school Midgets vs. Academy freshmen at Academy jrym., Wednesday night, 7:30 p. m. 10c and 15c. Don't miss this game. candles in pleasing effect. The tab- j ecora weeper, aliss iNora Auen, le were arranged in the shape of the i Collector, Mrs. Sarah L. Briles; Lady letter U which brought the guests st Aims iIrs- John O'Shaughnessy; were in Marion Friday evening participating in a surpi-ise party perper-tated" upon Mr. and Ms. E. E. Kneip-ple. The affair was arranged in celebration of the twenty-fifth wedding anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. Kneip-ple and the guests came with baskets filled with provisions for a hearty repast and a gift of silverware which the presented to the bride and groom. rians are announced for a series of sub-district Epworth League meetings to be held at various points over the Muncie district the coming month. One of these meetings will be held in the Summitvilie M. E. church on Feb. 5. Rev. E. B. Megvnity of Gaston will be in charge, and the program promises to- be of especial interest to all Leaguers. Summitvilie News. !i -loser together and all were seated at ' Sergeant, Mrs. Will Farnll; bentinel, Lro Hmn mVprS hoi laid for about JIiss Maude Briles; Picket, Mrs. Em- Born, to Mr. and Mrs. Charles Clock of Gaston, at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Little on South Sycamore street, a baby boy. Mrs. Clock is a sister of Mrs. Lictle. i seventy-five, these including the mem-jbers of the class and their families, land Rev. Sweeney and wife. Immedi- ma Lewis. Following the adjournment of the lodge, a social time ensued and a splendid pot luck supper was served. Thomas Hasty, Mr. and Mrs. Samuel R;mes, Mr. and Mrs. Lester Kimes, Mrs. Marie Powers, Mrs. Anne Kim-brougjh, Mrs. Emma Moon, Mrs. Pearl Davis, Mrs. Lina Wimmer, Dorothy Wimmer, Ruth Comer, Bertha Comer, Gerald Kimes, Wayne Kimes and John Comer. FARH LOANS SEE US FOR LONGTIME LOANS Lowest Interest Any amount. Any locality. Delaware Realty Co. 353 Johnson Biock, Muncie, Ind. a short ately following the dinner, Joe Stover is confined to his home with a broken leg. Mr. Stover was cutting timber on a farm a mile and a half south of Fairmount when a lopr rolled over on him, thereby causing the injury. ' program "was given wnicn consistea of music and short talks. Mrs. O. E. i Curless is president of the class, Mrs. j Campbell, vice-president, Miss Stella 1 Jenkins, secretary and Mrs. Hori; ' Kibble, treasurer. E. M. Pernon, George Stroup, Clyde Mor.ohan and Ernest Swift left Saturday for Port Arthur, Tex., where they have employment with the Hammond Iron Works as steel tank builders. This work will probably keep i.hem in the south for sevei-al months. Donna Jean, the baby daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Roy Heck, was taken suddenly ill with broncal pneumonia last week and her grandmother, Mrs. Ida Heck, who had gone to Indianapolis for a visit with relatives was called home. Upon learning of the illness of the little one, Dr. Trosso Heek and Dr. George McCaskey, uncles of the child, drove over from Indianapolis to see her. Monday forenoon her condition was reported better. Cecil Couch, who cas taken to the Marion hosiptal several days ago in a very critical condition following his illness with pneemonia, is still a very sick man, but hopes for his recovery are now higher., It was necessary to tap one of his lungs in order to remove pus which had accumulated there, the pus being, drawn off through a tube. Summitvilie News. Funeral services for J. P. Wilson, prominent farmer of JelTerson township, who died 'at his home Tuesday of last week, were held Saturday afternoon from the Methodist church in Matthews. TELEPHONE COMPANY INAMFS OLD OFFICERS At the annual meeting of the stock-! holders of the Citizens' Telephone company, held last week, the old board of directors, consisting of George IFelton, R. A. Morris, Earl Mojris, j "All Have Sinned" 'If we confess our sins, He is faithful and just to 23B .Hide Dyson, Wick O. Leach, John ' Scott and A. J. Wilson, were re-elect-led for the coming year. It is expect c! all eanse us trom un- forgive us our sins, and to righteousness." SPECIAL SALE! to Mrs. Glen Henley has returned home after accompanying her husband, Dr. Glen Henley, as far as Lexington, Ky., on his way to Melbourne, Fla,. where he will spend several months recuperating his health afcer a long and serious illness. Mrs. Henley stopped off at Louisville on her way home and was accompanied back by her brother, R, I. James, who came here to spend a short time with his mother, Mrs. Robert James who is seriously ill at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Glen Henley. Do not miss the meet- ed that the work of completion of the company's new building on West Washington street, opposite the News office, will be started at an early date. A 12 per cent, dividend on stock was declared. Friends Church .00 Pure s v U ings being held at the $30.00. Worsted Suits $35.00 All Pure Wool REV. L, W. McFARLAhD, Evangelist EARL FOLGSR, In Charge of Singing 25.00 Suits $22.50 and i ACCIDENT DESTROYS SIGHT OF ONE EYE Following an accident of some time ago by which Ben Brewer, a high school scudent, was badly scalded when he removed the cap from the $38.00 $50.00 Pure Worsted Suits $34.00 and t radiator of his automobile, it nas Deen I found that he has -entirely lost the sight of one of his eyes. The engine j Mrs. Ella Patterson was in Marion Wednesday of last week to visit Mrs. Thomas Mossarj and Mrs. Mervin Carmichnel. M rs. Mossap is here : from Flint, Mich., on a visit and was ifxpectinir to come to Fairmount for a visit, having a great many old . friends here, but owing to the fact j that she contracted a case of the flu, I her physician deemed it inadvisable ifor her to come and a number of her ( friends have gone to Marion to see j her, among them beingi Mrs. Sallie j Hollingsworth who was up on Thurs-: day and Mrs. Ora Winslow who called on Wednesday. had become over heated and uncovering the radiator forced the steam, and hot water into the boy's face quite unexpectedly. We Do Custom Butchering Get Our Prices. They Are Right. ' Fresh Meats and Pure Lard. Community Meat Market Th ee prices are below wholesale in order to dote out short ends, and are all year around Wcrlers; a: e made strictly to your measure ard cetty rr nM a?itee to fit and to be pure wocl j.t.I peifcct ir. c:y way. ' Ribble Bros., of course Mr. and Mrs. E, M. Leach of Ind.. and Mr. and Mrs. Carl V. McCombs of Fairmount, were dinner j guests of Mr. and, Mrs. T. B. Dickens, j Sunday. Van Buren News-Eagje. L. rXXXrTTTTTXXXYTXTTTTTTTT TTmTIlllllllIIIIIIirTYYTYYTBI Bnggeslh w IHIijcrH School Gym., JFVic&ay INiht, Jfeanuair-y 2,7tf Summitvilie H. S. First Team -'wwi---Pid-i Summitvilie H.S. Second Team will be opened for spectators for these games. VS. mmm Don't miss these games; they will be thrillers VS. from start to finish. Come early And get your Fairmount H. S. Second Team B B Fairmount H. S. First Team seat. M Doors Open at 6:15. First Game 7:15. Second Game 8:00. Admission 15c and 25c

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